We have exciting news for Countryside readers! If you have a Web-Only or All-Access Countryside subscription, you now get six EXTRA e-editions a year, in addition to the six issues you receive every other month in the mail and/or online. Yup, that’s a new issue every month, including our new Spring 2017 e-edition that will teach you all about planting vegetables at home.
Our Spring 2017 e-edition is NOW AVAILABLE! Inside you’ll discover more than a dozen stories about the best practices for planting vegetables at home. Learn how to get an early start with carrots; six steps to starting and saving heirloom tomatoes; and much more! Subscribe today and look forward to more e-editions as well as every issue online with a new flip book style.
Now is the best time to learn about planting vegetables at home to reap the benefits of a homegrown harvest! Take a look at what’s inside our Spring 2017 e-edition.
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In this Issue:
+ Fast-Growing Plants — Perfect plants for impatient gardeners.
+ Get An Early Start With Carrots – Carrots offer versatility and a rainbow of colors.
+ Six Steps to Starting and Saving Heirloom Tomatoes — Summer tastebuds crave tomatoes.
+ Anyone for Okra? — Add this southern staple to your garden.
+ Make Room in Your Garden with Climbers & Crawlers — Space issue? Try climbers and crawlers.
+ Cauliflower in the Garden — Turn to cauliflower as a sidekick or the centerpiece.
+ Kohlrabi: I Grow an Oddball — Neither turnip nor cabbage.
+ Have Eggplant Your Way — How do you like your eggplant?
+ DIY Water Rings — Make watering your plants a snap.
+ You Can’t Beat a Beet — Grow beets in your garden.
+ Time for Summer Squash — Why we love summer squash.
+ Potatoes Offer Healthy Sustainability — Potatoes are easy to grow.
+ Gourds for Farmers and Homesteaders — Decorative, edible … or both?
+ Plant Pumpkins Now for Fall Faces Later — Give pumpkins plenty of space.
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Countryside and Small Stock Journal is more than a homesteading magazine, it’s a network where people who are homesteading today share a variety of experiences and ideas about simple homesteading. In every issue, you’ll learn about practical solutions for growing and preserving your own food, raising chickens and small livestock, and managing a thriving homestead in a rural or urban setting.